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1 1 J 2 r1 T THE SALT L LAKI kIEItALD HI1 HAL THLTllSDAY DEC DECEMJ3ER IBER 10 1908 S
CONTROL OVER OVERH I Ii
i H 500 500THEATRES 500THEATRESMembers THEATRES THEATRESI
I embers of a Combination of ofTheatrical ofTheatrical
Theatrical Managers Pre Prepare PreI Prepare
I pare for Glean Sweep SweepSpeelal
Speelal to The Herald HeraldChicago
bhlOOIO Chicago Dec INegotiations are going goingforward goinSforward
forward which are expected to result In Intbe inthe
the formation or a com combination lnatlon or te teaU1eal theatthml
aU1eal managers and producers such 113 113the asthe
the country hall never before know T Thc e
S 1 gigintic g nUc theatrICal thcatri al trust will control the thealre theaim
aim property valued at 30000000 and ab abMilutely abMlute17
Milutely will dominate the theatrIcal bu bust bustneas l lness
ness In this country countrythe countryhe
the he managers are Charles Fr Frohnian FrohnianIClaw 1man 1manKlaw
Klaw Eil8J1Ker 41 Hafma WIJllam WIJllamHarrill WIIam WIIamHarris
Harris and S SmueI muel F bon or Phlladel Philadelpllia
1 pilla pillaThuee plliaThuee
Thuee thORtrleal managers tont onttoI ol more moretban morethan
than 00 tb thezea In the Important cities Cltlesor
or th COU1jtry They own no vaudoi11e vaudoi11eJltJUl4I audevllle1aUa
JltJUl4I but since they control tlieMok tlieMok1iI the bOok bOokg
1iI g oC vaudeviUe houses through booking bookingatcma bookingaen
atcma aen they will be able to make al almOst almOsta st sta
a cle clert il WHp WHpChicaloDC tveepChicago
I
ChicaloDC Chicago 9Seventle theatres theatresbetween theatresbetween
between Chicago and San Francisco In Includln Inchiding
cludln chiding Playhouses In Orililha O iaha Denver and andSan andSan
San Franc1sc > are to be mer merged ed Into one oneOalpany oneQmpany
< Oalpany ae acordn < OnJlnt to the Dally News NewstAay Newstjday
tAay which credits the story to an au aul aulhorfttive
l orltatlve source sourreKla sourceRlay
Rlay Kla Er1anE r arc said to be tll tllprtmo the theptline
prtmo moven In the extensiOn ot th Q Ql
l lltd trust although others Including IncludingWilliam includingWilliam
William harris of Boston arc declared to tobe tobe
be Interested InterestedJt
Jt wall reported here tonight that the thecnt theenterprise
cnt enterprise rprlse contemplates embracIng more morethan morethan
than the territory between Chicago and andSn
Sn 5 n FranclSo It Is said that Charles Charles11Tohman CharlesS
S 11Tohman AI Hayman and Samuel F FNixon FNixon
Nixon or Philadelphia are also Interested Interestedand
and that the merger plans to control the thetItre theitre
tItre proper valued at 150000009
The theatres or Omuha Denver and andS andSan
S San n Francisco will according to present prcsentplans presentpbiiis
plans bit the first to be absorbed Own Owneis Owners
eis ers and los les es of playhouses In a great SIeatnnmbe greatncmbc
nnmbe of western cities are reported as asspeeding asspeeding
speeding toward Chicago to o confer with withA
A L Erlanger who with Levy Mayer Mayerattorney aer aeraUornc
attorney Cor the combine arrived there theretoday theretoday
today todayNew todayew
New ew York Dec 9Marc Kla Klaw A L LElangera LEtlanger8
Elangera buiness associate said to torlght toMIght
MIght that ho knew or no extension of ofthe ofthe
the theatrical syndicates activity such as asIndlcatcd aatslndlcatcd
Indlcatcd in a dispatch from ChlC ChIcigo ChIcigot go got
t Ii news to me he said I am amn amnot
n not t aware of any such move movet I
t Is not denied that all the managers managersI
I in the corporation favor the project to tomake toinnke
make Chicago a theatrical center or the thefirst thefirstclass
first firstclass class as far as original productions productionsare
are concerned but none or the managers managerswill
will admit that It 11 i proposed to extend extendthe extendthe
the activity to acquiring stabllslletl 1 lay >
Jt h6uses us s
CARNEGIE TO APPEAR APPEARBEFORE APPEARBEFORECOMMITTEE
BEFORE BEFORECOMMITTEE BEFORECOMMITTEEWashington COMMITTEE COMMITTEEWashington
+ Washington Dec 9Andrew Car CarnJle Carng1e +
+ nJle was subpoenaed tonight to 8 8poor ap appear +
+ poor before the house ways and andmeans 4 4xncans
+ means cOmmittee to testify In thl thltarlCC 4
+ tariff revision hearings hearingsThe +
9 The subpoll1a was served on lIr +
+ Carnegie t1 t > WSht b1 the ih04se ser sergoant sergoant +
+ goant at arms It Isre IsTeturnable urnable at ata 4 4a
+ a date to be fixed later sultab1O tQ t +
4 the convenience of Mr Carnegie CarncgleI +
I 4 Sereno Payne chairman stated statedthat +
4 that Ir Carnegie might appear to tomorrow tomorrow +
+ morrow morrowT 4
T 1 + t + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + 4tJ 4 + + + + 1
t BAR ASSOCIATION TO MEET MEETSpecial MEETSpecial
Special to Th Herald Heralddolse Heraldioise
dolse Ida Dec 9 9Milton mton G Cage see sctretary seeretary
retary or the State Bar association today
lIsued a call under the direction or Pros
Ident James E Babb or Lewiston for a ameeting ameeting
meeting or the association to be held In
I 130lse on Tan 7 and 8 The meeting has
been called to consider needed leglsla
tlpn and a large atttndancc III i expected
Including all the supreme court and other
judges judgesIt
It Is understood that recommenfiatlons recommenfiatlonsot
ot o the National Bar association for cer
tain tam uniform legislation will be taken up
and that the association will also consld
rr the ndlsabllltJ or recommending to
the legislature the creation ot additional
Judicial districts In order to relieve the
ongpated condition or business In seer several severalof l llr
of lr the courts and particularly In the two twonQrth twonorthern
nQrth northern rn districts The local bar associ
ation will arrange for the entertainment
or visiting attorneys
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS DAYSPAZO DAYSPAZO
PAZO OI OINTMENT TlIIENT Is guaranteed to
t11Jre any anb Eib oC Itching Blind Bleeding
Qr Protruding Plies In 6 to It das Or
money refunded 5Oc
0
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that thatma thatmay
ma may develop into pneumonia O over r night nightare
are quickly cured by Foleys Honey and andTar andTar
Tar as It soothes Inflamed membranes membranesheals membranesheals
heals the lungs and expels the cold c01dfrom coldfrom
from the system F J Hill Drug Co
Chimney Sweep Is Back BackGriffin BackGriffin
Griffin with Scott Hd Hdw Co IGS 3ai taIn
0 0Dancing 0 0Dancing
Dancing Thursday and Saturday SaturdayNlgl1tS SaturdayNights
Nights Ladles free 6S Postotnce place placeVisit placeVisit
Visit the Empire theatre See the theIndian theIndian
Indian maiden In living poses and mu mutrated iilustrated
trated song All n new moving pictures
D Did d y uever ev er step to toth tothink
th think nlz that every man manyou manYpu
you Jxpw wears sox soxAgood soxA
Agood A good many of them buy uy them themhere themhere
here When selecting Christ Christmas Christthaspresents
mas thaspresents presen ts for men men you OU sh should shouldS ould ouldlook
S look over our lin line of hosiery hosieryWe
S We have them from 25 25c c the thepair thepair
pair pair up Some ome are put up in
0 bpxes especially for use as g gifts giftsI fts
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172 MAIN STREET
UINTAH OIL OILAn OILAn
An Absolute Cure for all SkinDls SkinDlseases Skin Dis Diseases
eases easesUinta11 easesUintah
Uinta11 ol is a product of nature ana anais
is offered to the user In the exact state stateIn
In which It comes from the earth It Itis Itis
is an absolute cure for alt skin die diseases dieeases
eases Hundreds of people in Salt Lake LakehaY Lakehave
haY be beCn n ured from different skin skindlseoses skindiseases
diseases by the use of this great dis discovery discovery
covery Read the following testimonial testimonialfrom
from George W Silks a Prominent Prominentmember prominentmember
member ot the Elks lodge ot this city citywho citywho
who has traveled all over Europe and andthe andthe
the United States seeking for a cure for foreczema foreczema
eczema eczemaOquirrh eczemaOquirrji
Oquirrh Company CompanyGenUerr CompanyGentlenienI
GenUerr GentlenienI enI have been troubled troubledwith troubledwith
with a very severe case of eczema for forsix forsix
six years and used a great greatmany many sup supposed supposed
posed cures both in Europe and in inAmerica InAmerica
America without any good results resulLUINTAH resultsUINTAH
UINTAH OIL has done me more good goodservice goodservice
service In one week thaneve1thlng thaneve1thlngelBe than everything everythingelse
elBe I used in six years I am satisfied satisfiedthat satisfiedthat
that the said oU will cure anycas any ease of ofcczema ofeczema
eczema In less than one month Re Respectfull Respectfully
spectfull S
GEORGE W SILKS SILKSElks SILKSElks
Elks Club Salt Lake City
On sale at Smith Drug Co the busy busycomer busycorner
comer at n 1 a bottle An absolute absoluteguarantee absoluteguarantee
guarantee goes with each bottle
S
WATCH WATCUYpJr WATCHYQtlr
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order orderPEACOCK orderPEACOCK
PEACOCK PEACOCKROCK PEACOCKROCK
ROCK SPRINGS SPRINGSCOAL SPRINGSCOAL
COAL COALCENTRAL COALCENTRAL
CENTRAL COAL COALCOKE COALCOKE
COKE CO
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the Stomach StomachCaused
Caused By Gs Gas and Foul Odors Sp Speed Speedily ed ediy
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Chrcoal Charcoal Lzenges LzengesTrial Lozenges LozengesTrial
Trial P Package ckage by Mai Mall Free FreePyosis FreePyrosis
Pyosis Pyrosis Gastric pain gastritis and andmany andmany
many other stomach and bowel troubles troublescused troublescaused
cused caused by formation of g gas ae are atmost atmostInstntly amostinstantly
Instntly instantly removed by a generous use or orStuarts ofStuarts
Stuarts Ch Charcoal rcoal Lzenges LzengesThese Lozenges LozengesThese
These ltle little loenges lozenges kl kill bad badbreath breath anti anIstop antistop
stop gas making by oxdlzlng oxidizing the odors odorsand odorsand
and gases Charcoal absorb absorbs one hundre hundred hundredtimes
times Itself In gas They tur turn foul fumes tumesand fumesand
and gaes gases Into oxygen which sweetens sweetensthe
the system They are made from pure purewIllo
wIllo 10 and sweet honey ad and ar are a de delghtul dehightful
lghtul hightful aid to the mouth stomach an anbowels and andbowels
bowels The Japanese use charcoal for fora
a tooth toothwash wah and a an old Chinese proverb proverbruns proverbruns
runs thus Sweet Is th breath or a aNlponese aNiponese
Nlponese Japanese JapaneseThe
The mouth fuids fluids are alkalne alkaline thus thuswtetood thuswaste
wtetood waste food held b by tooth cavities is at attacked attacked
tacked and decJR decays rapidly causing foul fou1odors foulodors
odors to aise arise Charcoal renders the sa saliva saitva
liva sweet b by oxidizing it and does awa awawIth away awaywith
wIth foul fermentatfons and de decay decayEvery y yEvery
Every druggist cres carries Stuarts Charcoal CharcoalLzenges CharcoalLozenges
i Lzenges Lozenges and many thousands or suf sufterers sufferers
terers from gas foul breath etc etc use U5ethe5e usethese
these lte little lozenges thus proving tl their theirpopularity
ppularty popularity and their m mCtit tit Q qbarcoar arcoa1 L Lnpe 1 1oJie
npe ot th bestalla best allaround dlrser dlenasers Ut tile tilesystem
Iystcm system may prtke partake or ount and too muc muci or orIt ofit
It cannot be taken An entre entire box of ofStuarts ofStuarts
Stuarts Chnr harpoal oal Lzengc Lozenges may b be eaten eatenwih eatenwith
i wih with freedom and onl only good wi will resuit result resultGo
Go to YOUt your drggst druggist Immediately bu buy a abox abox
box of Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges and andprove andprove
prove these facts yourelr yourself It wIll cost costJou costyou
you but 2 25 cnts cents or send us your our name nameand nameand
and address and we wi will send you a trial trialpackage trialpackage
package free free Is this not fair Address AddressF
F A A Stuart Co Stuart Bldg Mar Marshal Marshall
shal shall Inch MichUNION InchUNION
UNION DENTAl DENTAL CO COAre i iAe
Ae Are now peraenty permanently located in inthei intheir
thei their new and handsomely handsomelyequpped handsomelyequipped
equpped equipped room rooms 212 M Main 4 4W St StRTfME St StEMmR
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lainless Painless Eon Extrotion No Pay of Teeth or orNo orNo
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teretng teresting to tel tell you youThere youThere verln
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we dont tel tell our stortoeerbod storyto everybody everybodyrt f
But say rt we 1 11 ten It to yo youany any time YOU youPhone
sayPhone Phone 59 5419 Bentoday BentodayGies BelltodayGiles
Gies GiesMcAlster Giles GilesMcAllister
McAlster McAllister McAllisterAdv
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ADVERTISING WILL HELP HELPYOur
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perhaps perhapsyour perhapsyour
your advetsing advertising need needs sGme help helpYe helpWe
Ye are here for that purpose purposeC
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AVRTISIG ADVERTISING AGENCY
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e111cerit fcent lquid liquid laxtivc lantive rmc remedy of ofvalue k
value a Itic laxative which physician physicians cud cudunction cojj cojjsatiction
unction for famiy family u use bu because its CI CIpnent co coportent
pnent portent pa parts aro are kno known to theta thetawholesome t be behollome
wholesome hollome and truly bonefcal beneficial in inacceptable efe efeaccptable
acceptable to the system stm and ld gntk gentk yet yetprmpt yetprompt
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In supplying tht that demad demand with it jt ex excelent e eceflent
celent ceflent cmbh1ton combination of mp of Figs ad adEi anj anjElixir
Ei Elixir r or Senna the Cifornia California Fig Syrup SyrupCo yrp yrpCo
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able succe juCcessThat succeTat
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Syrup oC Figs and Eixir Elixir oC Senna Senna is gcn gcnthe given giventhe
the preference by the WeUInfor Wel1Infornj Wel1InfornjTo l lTo
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thc genuinommufactur by the thefornia Ci CiCoria
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by al all leading dgSist druggists Prc Price fty fifty cent centpr centa centaper
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1IUGGSTIONS 1IUGGSTIONSsupp SpGG STIONS STIONSSUPPER
SUPPER SUPPERSUPPER supp suppSLIPPIRS
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SLIPPIRS 4
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Slippers for Chrstmas ChrstmasWe Christmas ChristmasWe
We selected His Christmas SEp Sp Sppers
pers some tme time ago hgoDop agoDrop
Dop Drop In ad and see them and wpl well wellthem rut rutthem
nothing nothln1ee nothingWeve them aside unt until Christas Christmas an and ui uinothln sa sanothing
1ee Weve a handsome display or Me MeSlippers Iens IensSlppers
Slppers SlppersEver Slippers
Ever Every 1an Man In town wi will want c cexpet a aexpect
expet expect a pair but we have enoug enough enoughgo Ii Iigo
go round roundCome roundCome
Come see our Special OCer Offer at at145and195
145 145and195 and 195
12 120 South Min Main St StYIAlKER StS StWALKER
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WALKER BROTHERS 1 1BARS L LBMtKERS
BARS BARSancorported BMtKERS BMtKERSIncorporated
Established 1i3 1i3CAPITAL
ancorported Incorporated Estblihed lE
CAPITAL 250900 O SURPLUS SIcv SIcvAbsorbed lc lcAbsorbed
Absorbed the Salt Lake City Brnc Branch Branchof
or Wells els Fargo Cos BanI BanISafety Bank BankSafety
Safety Depost Deposit Boxes for Rent RentTrkvelelS Rent RentTravelers
Travelers Leter Letters of Credit Issued Isaoed IsaoedAvailable
Alable Available In All Part Parts of the Word WordVe World WorldWe
Ve Invie invite your account account accountA1IOIYA1
NAIONAl A1IOIYA1 BANK OFTHE OF TilE REPU REPII8II REPII8IIU l
u S DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORYFRNK DEPOSiTORYFRANK
FRNK FRANK KNOX Pelldert PelldertJAMES Prealdeit PrealdeitJAMES
JAMES A MURRYVIce MURRAYVice President PreentV
W V F EARLS EARLSG RLS Cu CuG
G A A CULBERTSONAsst CIe Cahie CahieCAPITAL
CAPITAL PAI PAID IN PO P0000 P0000A
A thorough moern modern savIngs savings iep dCsJt dCsJtment
ment conducted in connection wth with tb tbbank thiS thiSbank
bank Deposi Deposit boxe boxes for re reTHE
TH THE DESERTSA DESERSET DRECTORS DRECTORSW DIRECTORS DIRECTORScv SAVINGS VGS EARL EARLDIRECTORS A
W W Rter Riter President PresidentMose PresidentMoses
Mose Moses ThatchEr Vice President President PresidentElms
Eia Elms A Smith Ctshler CtshlerL Cashier CashierL
L S His Hills John R Bare Barnes Job JobCuter JohnCutler
Cuter Cutler David Eccl Eccies 3 A A W CarII Cr1I Cr1IGeorge
George Romney John R B Winder Jtu JtuSmoot B BSmoot
Smoot E R Eldre Eldredge e IV Y F Jare Jarnet JarnetFour
deposit depesita Four our per cent Interest pald paid on ondepesita slrl
Merchants Bank
31 311 MAX MAIN STREET STREETWT STREETS STREETHALLORAN
S WT HLLOR HALLORAN President PresidentDlrectrW PresideDlrectorsW
DlrectrW DlrectorsW S Henderon Henderson Chari1 Chari1A
A Quigley A A Fred Wey F M 2 W1 W1son 1 1lon
lon son F S Murphy George E CAn ChPnd ChPndler
ler lerCOMMERCrAL
COMERCIAL COMMERCrAL BANKNG BANKNGSA BANKING t
SA SAVINGS VNGS DEP DEPARTME DEPARTMEESTABLISHED ARTF T TESALISHED
ESALISHED ESTABLISHED 189 189TA 1589 1589UTAH
UTAH TA COMCI COM1vflRCIAL SAVGS SAVGSDA SAVINGS SAVINGSWm
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Wm F Arstrong Armstrong Preident PreidentByn President PresidentB
B a Groo Cahier CahierCOMMERCIL CaShiC CaShiCCOMMERCIAL
COMMERCIL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES BAKING BANING Byn IN ALL IT ITBRANCHES 1TBRANCHES
Four per cent Interest on savings d dposis dposits
posis posits Account Accounts solcied solicited Satisfactory Satlsfactor1ervlce Satisfactoryservice
service uarante11 uarante11I5he ar ar1he
1he I5he State Bank BankOF
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Salt Lke Lake Ciy City EstabHshe Established EstablishedCapital
Capial Capital S3OO S3OOSurplus W0009 W0009Surplus
Surplus and Undivided Pofit Profits i22 i22All o
Al All facilities for genera baking banking bankingcounts
fatlUes
genera
count counts solcte solicited Corel5ponden Correspondence e 1o1e 1o1eMcCORNICK IUVfle IUVfleMcCORNIGK
McCORNICK McCORNIGKBANKERS GO GOBANKERS
BANKERS BANKERSSALT
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHEtlbllshed UTAHEstablished
Etlbllshed Established 18 18Te 1873
Te The bmiess business nan nanwho an anwho
who doesnt help hs his business businesstough businessthrough
tough through te the ue use of press clppings clppingsI clippings clippingsIs
I Is about rIve year years behind hs his hispetitors c cpetitors
petitors who do do In our ow own bueu bueuthrough bureau an anthrough
through our connections we rea read v vpaper yet7 yet7paper
day an ankeep C Ckeep
paper In the world every
keep you infored Informed on ay any subject subjectmTOUA subject subjectINTEBHOIflTAfli
mTOUA INTEBHOIflTAfli lRSS lRSSCLpmG pBESS pBESSCLIPPING
BUREAU BUREAUi2233
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Salt Lake City Uta Utah Utahroth
roth phones Le Bell Bell Ciy Main 31 I 1M Ifl IflP 3
P O Boxes 124 1274 and 1m 1772 1772GIVE
GIV GIVE US I A TRL TRIAL
INFO INFORMATIONS MATIONS FILED FILEDChIcago FILEDChicago
ChIcago Dee 9Dlstrlct Attor Attorney Attorney
ney Edwin 1 W Sims mad Informa >
Uons In the federal district court
tOOA today against five firms charging
th thni m wIth violations ot the pure
fS tjlav tjlavUsbrindjng 1aw 1awrtibrjtndlng
rtibrjtndlng package9 contain
Ing food foodtuff tutrs and medicines Is the theJenerlc theS
S Jenerlc genericoffene orrence alleged against the theerondants
defendants defendantsThe erondantsThe
The action toda today follows m x xnmlnatlon xamination
nmlnatlon ot products b by thE b brenu bu bureau
renu ot eheinistry < helnist and a rEport to
Attorney General Bonaparte BonaparteM
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VIEWS OF LIQUOR uuo LEAGUE LEAGUEWave EA1JEWave
Wave of Opposition to the Trade Said SaidtoBe Saidto
toBe to Be RecedingSome me Reso Resolutions Resolutions
lutions Adopted Adoptedashlngton AdoptedWashington
Washington Dec 9That the wave or oropposition ofopposition
opposition throughout the countoto country to th thlIqJor thhIqior
lIqJor trade seems to be receding was wasth wasthe
th the keynote of the reports from various variouss varIousstate
s state e organizations made today at the theelo1lng theclosing
closing session or the National Liquor Liquorle Liquorleigue
le leigue gue The consensus or opinion was wusthat wasthat
that th best Interests or the liquor trade tradewoqld tradewo4ld
woqld be conserved by havIng the num numbel nunibar
bar or saloons limited according to popu population population
lation lationResolutions lationResolutions
Resolutions were adopted declaring that thatthe thatthe
the Industry has been oerlcgtslated oerlcgtslatedoerabused overlcgtslatedoverabused
oerabused and overtaxed In t tie e further furtherance furtherance
ance of a creed or cult that fs basically baslcalhunAmerican basicallyunAmerican
unAmerican and at absolute variance variancewith arlancewltll
with every principle of liberty chic chicrighteousness civicrighteousness
righteousness economics common sense senscand senseand
and common justice justiceIt
It was declared that the AntlSaloon AntiSaloonleague AntlSaloonleague
league Is a menace to good government goernmentthe
the quietude of communities and vested vestedpwperty vestedproperty
property rIghts and exists for no other otheIpurpose otherpurpose
purpose than to provide occupation occupationand occupationandrevenue and andrevenue
revenue for the members or a close cor corporation corporation
poration b by the processes ot perpetual perpetualagitation perpetualagitation
agitation and that local option Is but an another another
other name for prohibition and I is equal equally
ly confiscator In Its assaults upon l prop proparty > rop roporty
arty rights
S THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDProfessor RECORD RECORDProfessor
Professor Wolcott Gibbs GibbsNewport GibbsNewport
Newport R I DIC Dec 9ProCessor Vo1 Vo1cott of ofcott
cott Gibbs the senior member or the theHarvard theHarvard
Harvard facult faculty died ot his home here heretoja heretoiay
toja toiay aged 86 6 years yearsCaptain ears earsCaptain
Captain Graburn GraburnVlnnlpeg GraburnVlnnipeg
Vlnnlpeg Man Dee 9 9apthtn < aptnln Grt Grtburn Gr1burn
burn clerk iJr thu th executive council 0 0the of ofthe
the Manitoba government one Sf r the best besknon bestknown
known old time residents of west western rn Can Canada Canada
ada died bore today todayP
P J OConnor OConnorSayannah OConnorSavannah
Savannah G1 De Dec 9P J OConnor OConnortormer OConnorformer
former national presIdent or the Ancient AncientOrder AncientOrder
Order or Hibernians and former national nationalpresident nationalpresident
president ot the Catholic Knights or ormerlca ofAmerica
America died here toda today oC pneumonia pneumoniaCaptain pneumoniaCaptain
Captain A F Rogers RogersSan
San Francisco Dec 9Captaln Augus Augustus
tus F Rodgers assistant superintendent superlntendentor
or the United States coast and geodetic geodeticsurve geodeticsurvey
surve survey and said to have been the oldest oldestofficial oldestofficial
official In the emploJ of the government governmentdied
died early today at his tame In this city cityafter cityafter
after an illness of only three hours He Hewould Hewould
would have been SO years ears of age had he helived helived
lived until Jan 1 1Brigadier 1Brigadier
General Jackson JacksonLeavenworth
Brigadier Henry f fLeavenworth
Leavenworth Kan Dec 9Brigadlcr 9BrigadlcrGeneral 9BrigadierGeneral
General Henry Jackson retired died at athis athis
his home here tonight or cancer aged
71 years yearsGeneral ean eanGeneral
General Jackson was a soldier in the theCrlmean theCrimean
Crimean war the CiviL war the Spanish SpanlshAmerican SpanishAmerican
American war and Indian campaigns Heo Heowas H Hwas
was born In Canterbury England When
16 years or age he enlisted as a soldier s01dIerand soldierand
and was In the Crimean war Rising to tothe tothe
the rank oC lieutenant In the English EnglishlirmJ Englishflrmyv
lirmJ he resigned and came to America AmericaHe
He enlisted In the Fourteenth Illinois cay cavalty cayalty
alty In 1863 He was commissioned first firstlieutenant firstlieutenant
lieutenant after the Civil war and In lS 1876 1876was 6 6was
was made captain In 1S98 he was ad advanced adanced
vanced to major In 1900 he was made madelieutenant madelieutenant
lieutenant colonel and In 1901 a colonel colonelHe
He retired In 1904 with tHe rank of briga brigadier briga01cr
dier general
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BIG DAMAGES DAMAGESCLAIMED DAMAGESCLAIMEDNat CLAIMED CLAIMEDNat
Nat C Go Goodwin < iwln Brokerage Company CompanyFlies CompanyFlies
Flies Answer to Suit SuitReno SuitReno
Reno Nev Dee 9Th Nat C Good Goodwin Coodwin
win Brokerage company toda today replied to totllP tothe
the suit tiled Saturday against them b by byWarren i
Warren A Miller b by filing their answer answerand answerand
and crosscomp1alnt denying Millers al alIcgatlons allegations
legations and asking Judgment for jOO W
000 damages alleged to have accrued by byreaon byreason
reason of Mlllers suit suitMilleI suitMiller
Miller a former partner with Nat atC atCGoodwin C CGoodwin
Goodwin and G G Rice In the Nat C CGoodwin CGoodwin
Goodwin compan engaged In operations operationsin
In Rawhide mining securities claims ho howas howas I
was frozen out and caused to port with withhis withhis
his onlthlrd Interest through conceal concealment concealment
ment as t ti the true value of the proper properties properties
ties controlled He asks Slooooo QJmages QJmagesand
and the restitution of hIs stock stockGoodwin stockGoodwin
Goodwin and Rice In their answer deny
Ulllers allegations stating that he re retired retired
tired voluntarily and had at all times timesa timesacess
a acess ces to the Cac macts s concerning their oper operations operations
ations fhey state that the enhancement enhancementor
or the properties came as a result of dls discoveries
eoverles made Oct I after Millers with wlthdrawnl withdrawal
drawnl
DEMOCRATIC CLUBS CLUBSashlnton CLUBSWashington
Washington Dee 9The National Bu Burem Eureau
rem or Demomatlc clubs today selected selectedas
as temporary officers the followIng Rep Reprcsentathe Reprosentative
rcsentathe Su1zer or New York president presidentV
V CLimer C Limer of New York secretary Cot Cotter Cotter
ter D Bride Washington D C treall treallurer treasuror
urer It Is the nurose lur ose or the league to tomaIntain tomaintain
maIntain Intact the organization noW ex exIstln existing
Istln isting 50 as to eliminate the work of re reorganlzatlonin reorganization
organization In ea eah h campaign
OFFERS OFFERSTOASSUME TO ASSUME LEASE LEASEReal AS ASea1
Real ea1 Estate Association S Sends nds Letter Letterto
to M M Outlining Its ItsPosition ItsPosition
Position PositionThe
The Salt Lake Real Estate association assoclationhas
has sentofficlal notification to the Manu Manutocturers Manufacturera
tocturers Merchants association that thatIt that thatit
It regrets the Inability oC th the 31 I Itp M Mto
tp hold up Its end In the joint lease ot ottI ofthe
tI the > e Chamber or Commerce headquarters headquartersand
and In the maintenance ot the Chamber Chamberi
or Commerce exhibit and further assures assuresthe assuresthe
the M M thatlt that it wlll assume the full fullresponl5lblllt fullresponsibility
responsibility for keeping up the lease leaseand leaseand
and the exhibit after Tan 1 The state statement
ment follows followsGeorge followsGeorge
George 8 lIcAIUster President Manu Manufacturers
facturers Merchants nssoclationDear nssoclationDeari
Sir rhe annmncement made by you ou at atthe
the joint m meeting tlng or the representatives representativesof
of the Manufacturers Mcrchants WI association
th the Utah State Fair assocla assoclatlon assoclation
tlon and the Salt Lake Real Estate as assoclatlon assedation
sedation held NoV 23 3 1908 at the Utah UtahChamber UtahChamber
Chamber or Commerce 56 6 West est Third ThIrJSouth ThirdSouth
South street streetThat StreetThat
That the income derived from your yourmembership our ourmembership
membership clues was constantly falling Call1nJawa fallingaway
awa away owing to the report being cirj1u cirj1uIated cirpuhated
hated that the Commeic1111 club were go goIng o oing
Ing to maintain an exhibit oC Utah re resources resources
sources and Industries In their new build buildIng buildlag
lag when com completed 1etcd and that the asso assoelation association
elation represented by you would after afterthe afterthe
the first oC th the year car be nable to pay payIts payits
Its pro rata share of the expenses now nowentailed nowentailed
entailed In the malnt maintenance nance oC the rtah rtahChamber ULahChamber
Chamber or Commerce CommerceAIo
Also the statement made b by jlr tr Brufr Brufrthat Bruffthat
that the Manufa Manufaturers turers Merchants at atsoclation assedation
sedation desires to 00 relieved or the ex exp cxpease
p pease ns attending the maintenance or the theehlblt theexhibit
exhibit in the Chamber or Commerce and andthat andthat
that It was willing and ready to turn turnover turnover
over Its interest In the lease to the Real RealEsiate RealEstate
Estate association thc other part In In Interest interest
terest was at a regular meeting or the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Real Estate association held heldDee heldDee
Dee 2 1908 taken 1JP and given due dueconsideration dueconsideration
consideration 1 beg to advise you pu that thatit
it was decided by an unanimous vote votethat rotethat
that when you assign your our Interest In and anIto andto
to the jpase m proper and legal form formto
to the Salt Lake Re Real l Estate association associationthat
that It wm assume the same and relieve relleveyou relieveyou
you from all obligations thcreunder on onand onand
and after Jan 1 1909 1909The 1909The
The announcement was received with withmany withmany
many regrets by out ou memoers present presentand
and the hope was expressed that you may mayfind mayfind
find It expedient to r rescind this decision decisionnld
nld continue your part Iin in the malnte maintenan
1 nan anc e or th thea iXhibIt hlbJt as fOrmerly aqthls aqthlsImportant at this thisimportant
Important juncture of C th the citys progress prpgressand progressand
and rapid development developmentRespectfully developmentRespectfulhy
Respectfully RespectfullyEDWARD RespectfulhyEDWARD
EDWARD F COLBORN President PresidentJ
J L PERKES Secretary
TESTIMONY IN SMOKE SUIT SUITWitnesses SUITWitnesses
Witnesses Relate Incidents Concern Concerning Concerning
ing Death of Sheep Grazing Grazingin
in Smoke Zone ZoneFrem ZoneFrem
Frem the present outlook the smoke smokesuit smokesuit
suit of C T Shoup and others against the theUnited theUnited
United States Smelting com company pan and the theUtah theUtah
Utah Consolidated Mining company will willhold willhold
hold the boards in the federal court for forthe forthe
the remainder of the week There were wereSEv weres
SEv s v i1 witnesses examined Wednesday Vedncsdayand
and all gave about the same testimony testimonJhlch testimonywhich
which hlch related In greater part to the mar market market
ket price or sheep during the years ears 190G 190Gand 1900and
and 1ooi 1ooiF 1907F
F D Taynes T ynes J J SummerhaJs J JFlugera1d W WFitzgerald
Fitzgerald J 1 M > 1 Parker C J Vrlgltt VrlglttA
A N ewbold and John Newbold were wereplaced wereplaced
placed on th the witness stand and each re related related
lated Incld Incidents nts concerning the death o omany of ofmnn
many mnn sheep which were grazing 1n the thesmoke
smoke zone Each of the wltnes wltneses eS testl testlfled testifled
fled that the sheep died from What ap appeared nppeared
peared to be arsenic poisoning polsbnlngH
H E Benedict assistant superlntend superlntendeht
eht or the United States Smelting Smeltingpany com companJ
panJ at Bingham Junction testified that ti1ltdurlng thatduring
during th the year ear or 1906 beginning In June Junethe Junethe
the smelter meU r company had treated a large largeamount largeamount
amount of lead ore from Eureka Nev Nevwhich Nevwhich
which contained a larger percentage of ofarsenic ofarsenic
arsenic than the are treated before that thattime thattime
time It was during this period that the thelarger thelarger
larger number or the sheep died Mr MrBenedict MrBenedict
Benedict was the last witness examined examinedesterday examinedyesterday
yesterday and was still on the stand when whencourt
court adjourned
FIXES COURT COURTSCHEDULE COURTSCHEDULEIudge SCHEDULE SCHEDULEJudge
Judge Booth Sets Time for Holding HoldingCourt HoldingCourt
Court in Fourth Judicial Dis District DisS District
S
trict for 1909 1909Provo 1909Provo
Provo Dee IThe terms or court for torthe forthe
the Fourth judicial district for 1909 hac hacbeen havObeen
been fixed as follows by Judge Booth BoothUt BoothUtah
Ut Utah h CountJanual term opens Jan
11 April term opens April 12 July term termopens termopens
opens July 6 October term opens Oct 11 11asatch 11Wasatch
asatch CountyFebruary term opens opensFeb opensFeb
Feb 9 1a May term opens May 11 August Augustterm Augustterm
term opens Au Aug 3 November term opens opensNo opensNov
No Nov 2 2tintah
NoUI UI tintah bh CountYlar h term opens opensMarch opensMarch
March Ii June term opens June 0Sep 0September I sep september
tember term opens Sept 8 December term termopens termopens
opens Dee 1 1Terry 1Terry
Terry B Hallett and others have pet petitioned pettioned
tioned the d district trlct court to appoint Wi Wi11am VU VUlIam
lIam H Brereton administrator ot the thepstate theestate
estate of Thatcher E Hallett deceased deceasedThe deceasedTue
The estate Is yah valued d at 3220 3220The 3220The
The CommercIal club ball netted SI865 SI865Cor lS65for
for the public librar librarv library libraryW
v W M Barnes has again taken over the theGrand theGrand
Grand theatre and will conduct it after aterDec afterDec
Dec 1 12 12Marriage
Marriage IIc licenses nses have been Issued to tothe tothe
the following Couples C II Thorstenson Thorstensoni
and Christie Crandall both of SprInt SprIntnIb
nIb Walter Strange or Leamlngton and andNellie andNellie
Nellie UcRay or Provo ProvoIt
It Is announced that Harvey Cox and andMaJ andMay
May < Webb of this city will be publicly publiclymarried publiclymarried
married on Vednesday Dec 12 12Bert 12Bert
Bert Enright a transient who whose e hom homIs
Is In Ohio Is suffering from diphtheria dlphthcriaand
and Is being cared for In a tentln tent In the thecourt thecourt
court house yard
SULLIVAN ASKS DIVORCE DIVpRCEChicago DIVORCEChicago
Chicago Dee 9Jolln L Sullivan for Cormer fortrier
mer champion of the pugilistic arena to
day tiled suit for divorce against his hiswife hiswife
wife now said to be living at Centerville
R t The charge Is Infidelity The mar marriage marriage
riage took place In 1SS3
GETTING GIDDY GIDDVThe
The TaUer TaUerJohnQI TatherJobnO1
JohnQI tell ee Maria w we did It In Instylewe instylewe
stylewe ad a 1 fly from the station stationYarlaGoo stationMariaGoo
YarlaGoo gracious John yO don donmean donmean
mean to sa say you a bin In one o they
wunnerul nasty or airyplanny thinks
like ye e was tellln me on
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JURY LIST LISTCOMPLETED LISTCOMPLETEDThry GOMPLETEQ GOMPLETEQJIiry
JIiry Commissioners of Ca he County CountyMake CountYMake
Make Drawing of 1alesmen 1alesmenfor
for 1909 1909Login 1909Logan
Login Dec 9Jury Comml CornmlJ0r3 oners To Jos Tos
s llh A Smith and L S Cardon last lastevening lastevening
evening reported the followlngju1 following JUry list listfor1900 listfor1909
for1900 for1900Avon for1909Avon
Avon Erastus Bankhead Abraham AbrahamFrederickson AbrahamFrederickson
Frederickson FredericksonBensonJohn FredericksonBensonJohn
BensonJohn M Berry Philip Purser PurserSlIas PurserSilas
SlIas rucks rucksCollegeC RicksCollegeC
CollegeC C Blndr p C R Jepper Jeppersen I
sen Samuel Dowdl Dowdloveil1eD DowdlfovevlhloD
oveil1eD K Allen S T C Larsen LarsenClarksonc LarsenCiarkson
Clarksonc Ciarkson E tklnon William H HClatk HClark
Clark Andrew LHlggle L Biggie Charles Shum Shumwa ShumWay
wa Way D W Buttars ThomaS H Grlttln GrlttlnJames GrItfinJames
James B Jardine
Greenvill Greenvihleioujs Louis E Vllhelm John J JOrmond 3Ormond
Ormond Edward G Smith WIIll1 Da Davidson Davidson
vidson vidsonHyde S SHyde
Hyde ParkJoSlph Waite Y lte Martin C CReeder CReeder
Reeder John L Morse James W D HUt HUtren liurren
ren Lars l c Pet Petersen n Samuel Sealons SealonsReuben SealnonsReuben
Reuben A Pcrl Perkes eg John E Lee Lees Walter WalterHakes OalterHawkcs
Hakes HawkcslIyrum HakesIlyrum
lIyrum No IAlma G Wilson Orson OrsonSulversen OrsonSalversen
Sulversen P G Ralph William C Niel Nielsen Nielsen
sen Louis T Miller Jacob Janes William WilliamA IIUamA
A Squires Albert Savage II H Peter Petersen Petersea
sea sr llvin McBride r N Llljenqulst LlljenqulstHyrum LiljenquistHyrum
Hyrum Hokanson HokansonHyrum IlokansonHyrum
Hyrum No2Reuben No 2Reuben F AllenThom AllenThomas Allen Thorn Thornas
as L PIerce Bendt 1 L NIelsen James L LJensen LJensen
Jensen Ioror Benson A JAllen J Allen Ier IerE
E Bradley Carl J Claw Ciawson on HIram Hall HallGeore HallGeorge
George F HO sely James Jensen JensenLogan JensenLogan
Logan No lo IWilliam Atfleck Heber HeberT
T Carlisle George Fisher Joseph S SHendricks SHendricks
Hendricks A B Harrison John H But Bullock Butlock
lock Emer Crockett clilt Cliff c Goodwin Goodwinses GoodWinMoses
Moses ses HoUS Jloht S J Jep Jepjiersefl JepjierseflLogan ersen ersenIoan
Logan No 2George Grge C Jeft Jebsen cn John TohnJ
J James John Kemp George W 7 Lufkin Lufkins
s E Needham Israel P Jacobsen Nephl NephlE
E Miller Geo George e W T Leishman S B Bltton BMitton
Mitton ltton Olor I Petersen PctersenLogan PetersenLogan
Logan No3C No 3C D W Prida Michael Mlchne1Stanlcy MichaelStanheyJarnesjl
Stanlcy StanheyJarnesjl JamesR Thain Charl S E Wal Walton Walton
ton Lorenzo F Smith Willhatn VllllamIL IL Twls Twlssell Twissell
sell Orson P Thatcher ThatcherLogan ThatcherLogan
Logan No 4Vllliam Watterson John TohnH
H Vestover Alfred J Bell James Soren Sorensen Sorensen
sen Joseph H SalisburY Hugh Roberts RobertsBenjamin RobertsBenjamin
Benjamin W11Imore Rl Richard hard E Yeat Yeatqe YeatqeHeber s sHeber
Heber Tarbet George G Smith George GeorgeV
W V Squires Job W Roland RolandLogan S SLogan
Logan No 5Crus J Jones Joseph JosephQUinney JosephQuinney
QUinney PlI P M Paulsen Joseph Painter PainterThaddeus PainterThaddeus
Thaddeus W V NaylorT Nayior J W V MOrrehl M rreJlT rreJlTD T TD
D Roberts James W Quayle James Ai AiPark APark
Park Heber ParUngtop Leo lilelsen lilelsenSeth IIelsenSeth
Seth A Langton LangtonLogan LangtonLogan
Logan No 6J 1 C Johnson jr GI George orge orgeII
II Hibbard Andrew P Eliason B S
strom James Carlsen CarlsenLogan CarisenLogan
Logan No7George No 7George H Ghamp GhampHeschel Ghamplieschel
Heschel Bullen jr John lIBankhead lIBankheadWilliam IL Bankhead BankheadWilliam
William H Apperley Robert 1 M Smith SmithD
D C Brown Ell Bell Vllliam Q 4 nder Andersen ndersen
sen B G Thatcher ThatcherLogan ThatcherLogan
Logan No8Parley No 8Parley Ormond II T TNie1sen 1Nielsen
Nielsen F A Neuberger RoyS Roy S MeAl McAllister MeAllister
lister Thomas T Morgan Fred Smith P PC PC
C Nelson Archie 1cNell jr Charles W WMiller WMiller
Miller I ILogan ILogan
Logan No 9C C 1 C Wendelboe Fred Frederick Frederick
erick Scholes J E Shepard Joseph S SHedford SRedford
Redford Henry P Olson LorIn Merrill MerrillFred MerrillFred
Fred Turner J Z Stewart jr Isaac S SSmith SSmith
Smith John H Rosengreen P W Niel Nielsen Nielsea
sea Fred J Marshall MarshallLogan arshallLo
Lo Logan an No toY J Andrews An Andrew AndrewL rew rewL
L King Richard lIcNell Charles Edler Edlersen
sea John A Johnson Oscar Swenson T JC TC
C Allen Charles Batt John Rust VU Wil11am VUlIam
lIam Hemmlngway GotUieb Smith SmithLewistonJoseph SmithLewistonJoseph
LewistonJoseph Bergeson Brigham BrighamHendrIcks BrighamHendricks
HendrIcks A J Curtis Hyrum Karren KarrenWilliam KarrenWilliam
William Le Leavitt vltt John 11 Bernhelsel BernheiseilrIgharn
Brigham L flyer Andrew I Fuhrlmann FuhrlmannToscph FuhrlmannJoseph
Joseph H Lewis BII Btigham ham Pond PondMillvllleErnest PondMillvilheErnest
MillvllleErnest R scott Andrew Troi Troison Trolson
son John Yeates Al AlMa na ummngs Job JobF JobSmith
F Smith S A Whitney George Chand Chandler
ler lerMountain Mountain HomeRobert L Allen To Joseph Toseph
seph H Comtsh ComtshendonJohn ComishtendonJohn
endonJohn S Willey IL T Rl Rich Richards h
rirds John Hughes Andrew Andersen AndersenIsaac AndersenIsaac
Isaac Sorensen George Lemon AlfredGardner Alfred AlfredGardner
Gardner Gardner11t S SMt
11t SterllngDald Murray urraJ John Red Redford Redford
ford fordNewtonHchael NewtonHchael Andersen n E Dow
die Spencer G GodfreJ M 1 C Rigby
Amos R E Clark Fritz E Ecklund VII lvii11am VIIlIam
lIam F Jensen Geo George e L Tones JonesPeterboro TonesPeterboro
Peterboro No IJohn A KIdman KIdmanPeterboro KidrnanPeterboro
Peterboro No2Frank No 2Frank Ne NeProvidenceAndrew NycProvidenceAndrew
ProvidenceAndrew Alkele Joseph W WWilson WWilson
Wilson Godfrey Stauffer Hopkin Rice RiceT
T S Frida Friday A 0 11 Mathews Jr Julius
Kraus George D Hogan Ferdinand Zol Zollinger Zollinger
linger John 1 M Theurer TheurerThomas Thomas Stlrland StlrlandFred StirlandFred
Fred C Rossltter Isaac S T Neddo W W WLow V VLow
Low Christopher Janes JanesParadiseDanford JanesParadiseDanford
ParadiseDanford M L Bickmore Wil
liam Miles John IcMurdle Robert RobertPearce RobertPearce
Pearce HalT Harry A Shaw Peter O Han Hansen HanSea
Sea Willard illard O llItton Samuel K Obray
John T Roberts RobertsRIthmondNo RobertsRichmondNo
RIthmondNo IGilbert Bright George
O Webb R C Tra Traveller eller W V I Stoddard
Charles E Merrill John Chrls Christopherson opherson
Fr FrCd d H Whittle hltU WUlam WillIam 1 Skidmore SkidmoreFrank SkidmoreFrank
Frank O Nelson NelsonRichmond NelsonRichmond
Richmond No2A No 2A 2 Mendenhall Al Alvin Alnfl
nfl E Johnson A C Fllhcr Fisher T L Bate Bateman Bateman
man Joseph H Knowle Knowles S W Bend Hendrick Bendricks
rick ricks John Me MeCarrey Carre J E Swenson SwensonSrlhC SwensonSmithuild
SrlhC Smithuild 1d No IThomas Cralgheall
Gustave Danielsen Joseph VT V Forrester ForresterJohn ForresterJohn
John IV Y Harr Harry James Milligan A J Jerrill JMerrill
Merrill Jesse T doses oses L D Cash
George W Els Ellis James HaUleld Rudolf RudolfV
V Lrsen Larsen Moses Mak 3iack E R Miles le9 jr jrSmlhCeldNo JrSmithfield
SmlhCeldNo Smithfield No 2D J Weeks lvii lvii11am
lam 11am Toombs 1ypeip JrtSorlnson Sorenson William VIlam VI
Scrwher Scrowthers Howard Howart Reese Iqses Rich ruchardson Richardson
ardson Joseph F WatqooC Watsoot William WilliamSparks VJiaIU
Sparks oseph F Sandherg William Wlllam fJ fJSmih f
Smih Smith ton Willim William Readlam Read William L Piking Pilking
TrentonBrigham Y Benson Wllam WllamD William WilliamD
D Goodwin John D Zlnger ZlngerWensvle Zohllnger ZohllngerWeilsyille
Wensvle Weilsyille No IWiliam 1William Wtlt Wyatt Rob Rober Robert
er ert Stewart Stewart Samuel P Riggs Robert Robertlurra RobertMurray
lurra Murray Thomas A Leishman James H HHaslm HHasiam
Haslm Hasiam Dan P Waters WaIters Alfred Smurh Smurhwaie Smurih Smurihwaite
waie waite Willard lar d Poppleton William Vllam B BNerr
Kerr 1llam William Leatham LeathamWel1vle S
Wel1vle Wellaville NO2Thomas No 2Thomas Han Ezr Ezra B BGunnell
Gunnel Gunnell Ge George e T Dare Darlev James 3 Al Alhen 1 1len
len Heber Parker Benjamin H loSkl 1Ioskirs 1IoskirsWalter s sWalter
Walter Glenn Thomas Brenchley I Lo Lorenzo
renzo Thorpe David A A Kerr Kerr1he1erAhn KerrWheelerAlvin
1he1erAhn WheelerAlvin G Or Orchard hard Samuel B BKent 13Kent
Kent Wiiam William H Dopp Brigham Spack Spackman Spackman
man Jame Jathes Hod Hodges cs
TME TMEAND AND MONEY MONEYWashngton MONEYWashington
Washngton Washington Star StarThe StarThe
The fowers flowers bloom b100mThe bloomThe
The fowers flowers die dieVaction dieVacation
Vaction Vacation days daysGo daysGo
Go swIftly by byThev byThey
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r I POLICE CURT GLIMPS1S j
Tim Edwin who whie while Inebriated InebriatedTuesay InebriatedTuesday
Tuesay Tuesday evening ml mistook took the First FirstIethodlst FirstMethodist
Methodist church chur h for a hotel and ap approprate appropriated
proprate propriated a pew as a bed was evident evidently
ly too ahamed ashamed Wednesay Wednesday toofer to otter any anyexplanaton anyexplanation
explanaton explanation to the court and torele forfeited forfeitedhis
his S bai baiW1 bail bailWill S
W1 Will Glazier the young man accused accusedof
of having stolen 7 from the room occu occupied OCCUpled
pied b by Maud Burel BurneR at 31 South Sixth SixthWest
West street pleaded not gity guilty before betoreJudge beforeJudge
Judge Diehl and wi will have his prelm prelmInar prelim prelimmary
Inar mary hearing Friday at 2 ocock ocockFor oclock oclockFor
For the aleged alleged thef theft ot two pairs of ofcu ofcastanets
cu castanets 1ets more commonly caled caledbones called calledbones
bones and valued at 1 George GeorgeBurnes GeorgeBurnes
Burnes w1 will spnd spend the next twentyfve twentyfveda twentyfive twentyfivedays
da days s In the cl city jail Burnes is accused accuedof
of havin having stolen the castanet castanets frm from the theCl theCldytonDaynes
Cl CldytonDaynes tonDayes Music usic company 109 109South
South Main street Street The evidence Intr intro introducsd
duc ducsd d against him showed that In com company cornpany
pany wih with another man he had entered enteredthe
the store and asked to look at the cas castanets castanets
tanets Then he wanted to ti try them themwih themwith
wih with the acompaniment accompaniment of the phono phonograph phonograjh
graph intmatng intimating that he and h his s pa1t pa1tner part partncr
ncr also wished to purchae purchase a a talking talkingmachine talkingmachine
machine The e partner slppaway slppawayand slipped away awayand
and coincIdenty coincldentiy the catanets Were Werefound werefound
found mIssln missing Bure Burnes told the old oldstor oldstory
stor story ot how I it must have been his hischance hischance
chance companIon who ha had committed committedthe
the theft and that he knew noting notingabout nothing nothingabout
about i it but his tale was too Improba Improbable
ble to convince the cour court ad and he was wasfound wasfound
found giy giyHar guilty guiltyHarry
Har Harry Hamion Hamilton a vagt vagrant but who whofoud whofound
foud found to his sorow sorrow that his sprintng sprInting sprIntingabilities
abilities res erc no m match t h fothQse dl f Pa
StaIns was given a
trlman trolman Strs Judge Diehl after It had hadben hadbeen
sentence by afer
not notonly ilOtonly
been explained to the cUrt coUrt tht that
ben e1alned
been caught beg beggng begging
Hamilton cught
only had
Hamion
but that thatafer thatafter
street
ging of Ofl Commercial street Stains Stainshe
gng patrolman Stins Stinshe
after his arst arrest by
afer by bybreaking bybreaking
he had attempted to snake Uke his escpe escaPe
atempted
and andrnning andrunning
breaking awoyfrom away from the ofc ofikel
rnning rnningToe running runningJoe
blundered when he a acosted
Toe Randolph a acosted
for the price or a amel ameat
costed Carl Peteron Peterson prce
Cal
immediately taken t tjai tb tbjail
mel meat for he was ImmedIate
jai jail dad 1 111 remaIn there thlrt thirty dS dSund days daysunddr
und unddr r a s ntcnce passed for v vgrflCY vgrflCYIf grn y yI
If there was an any cnsure censure against againstCaleb againstCaleb
Caleb I Plckett for having struck a boy boyname boynamed
Piket havng
named Ro Roy Perry It was that he had hadnot hadnot
name not gone Car enough in his punihmeql punishmeilt punishmeiltPiekott
Piekott who IS q i young man ws ar arreste arrested
Pickett
rested on thc complaint ot Roy Pam Pama
a reste la lad of about 12 years cars I It was aleged alegedthat alleged allegedthat
that Picket Pickett ha had struck the bo boy and andParr andParry
Parr Parry wih with two twq or three companIons companIonswcre
were in the court room to to tcl tell how i it ithappened
happened The boys sttement statements of the theocurrnc theoccurrence
occurrence which happened In te teclnlty the vi vicinity
ocurrnc
Fifteenth ward meeting meetinghouse
clnlty of the Fifeenth metng metnghom
house c at t Firt First South aml Eighth I ht West Weststrets Weststreets
strets streets a few night iiiglits ago tend tended d to toshow toshow
show that Picketl had been agJated agJatedand aggravated aggravatedand
and provoked Into striking te the by boy afer aferhaYing after afterhaving
haYing been tormented bY by a and or orabout ofabout
about ffeen fifteen andln and in which accoring according accordingto I Ito
to Parys Parrys statem statement nt he had ad been the theringleder theringleader
ringleder ringleader Arer After the boys had been beenexamined beenexamined
examined Cf City Prosecutor E A Rogers Rogerssuggested
suggested that the case be dismissed dismissedadlng dismissedadding
adlng adding that from the boys own story storyPiekett
Piket Piekett had been justfed justified in doing al all allthat
i that he was charged with and that In InIfact infact
fact he had not done enough Judge JudgeI JudgeDiehil
Diehl concured concurred in the suggeston suggestion made madeby madeby
I by Mr Roger Rogers and 2Ir Mr Picket Piekett was wasI wasdischarged
discharged before he even had the thechnce thechance
I chnce chance to tetfy testify in his own bahalL behalf
TO TIKLE TIEI ROYAL PALATE PALATETwety PALATETwentY
TwentY Boxes of Oregon Apples ApplesStared ApplesStarted
Stared Started on Thei Their Way to toE toS
S E EuropeanRuler opean1uIe opean1uIeTwenty 5 5 5Twenty
Twenty boxes ot Ole Oregon on J1eS ls were werestArted
stared stArted on their way to four Eur European Europeanrulers pcn pcnruler
ruler rulers by the Portand Portland Cmmercal Commercial cub cuba club cluba
a few days ago They w1 will be detaIned detaInedhi
hi New York Ciy City for one week during duringwhich duringwhIch
which tme time tey tIey w1 will b be on exhibiton exhibitonat exhibition exhibitionat
at l Maceys a e s department store I itz or ordor ordorto r rto
to let the peple people or te the Ameic Americafl m mtropols me metropolis
tropols tropolis see what kind of frui fruit can be berised beraised
rised raised out west In the meantme meantime the theepress theexpress
epress express compny company wi Wi11 fnd find outt1e out the ape apeelfin e eelfe
elfe elfin address ot the king or Gret Great Brit Britan Britam
an am the president of Frnce France the em emperr emperor
perr peror of Germny Germany and the car czar of Rue Russia Ruesia
sia In order that there may he no nohich nohitch
hich hitch In te the delver delvery to the respec respectle respecttve
tle ttve court tater tasters who w1 will probably probablyexamine robablyexamine
examine each box to make sur sure there Is Isno Isno
no bomb plaed placed in It on the wa waThe way wayThe
The apples arc Spitzenbergs and andNewtown andNewtown
Newtown Pippins and the boxes are aremere aremere
mere ordlna1 ordinary aalrs affairs constrcted constructed ot otOregon ofOregon
Oregon spruce which being a a whie whieand white whiteand
and tateless tasteless wood wH will impart no for foreign foreign
eign favor flavor to thetrult the fruit fruitThe
The express charge on the apples is isover isover
over 100 00 or 5 a a box box The value of the theapp1es theapples
apples In POrtand Portland is estmated estimated at i n abox
box whlh whIch IS3vaybeyond Is mvaybeyond the price pricepaid pricepaid
paid foripples or pples by thtaerage tha a raga Porland Porlandhousewie Portland Portlandhousewife
housewie housewife The frui fruit however has hasbeen
been carefuly carefully selected from b bOres xes that thatwere thatwere
were themselves seleted selected and t the most mostscrupUlous
scr scrupUlous tlous care was as tken taken tutno thht5flo rd rdlng cud cudlihg
lng lihg moth woolly ooly aphis San Jose scale sCleor
or any other pst pest had reched reached within a amUe amile
mile of It while the fruit wa was gowing gowingn growing growingn
n he tree tree The shhment shipments are to toreach
rch reach the tbles tables of f te the rpectve respective recip recipIents reciptents
tents in time for Christmas dinner The Theapples he heapples
apples are are Oregonfrm Oregonfrom Hood UhEr Rier Riervalley
valley
INJURED WHILE COASTING COASTINGPark
Park City Girl Is Kicked In Face by byFrightened byFrightened
Frightened Horse HorsePark HorsePark
Park Clt Cit1 Dee Dec 9Vhle 9WhIle coasting on onbobs onbobs
bobs dow down Park avenue last night a acrowd acrowd
crowd or young people p ople met with wht whtmight what whatmight
might hae been a very serious accident
A 5As It was as just one was much Injured InjuredJennie InjuredJennie
Jennie Wisn Wilson was kicked In the face bJ bJa bya
a horse which was ler left standing In the therad themad
rad mad and which the bobs rn ran Into 1lss 1lssVlson Miss MissWilson
Wilson Vlson wa was carried into Mrs rs Shermans Shermansome
home ome and a doctor cale called who found Jt Jtneessry t tnecessary
neessry necessary to take nine suche stitches to close
the wound woundPeople woundPeople
People Crom rota below town are very eo care
less about letting their hores horses stand in inthe
the road Chidren Children cOatng coasting find It im impossible irnpossible
possible to stop unt until tley they are under the
horsc horses feet
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EPHRAIM NEWS NOTES NOTESEphrim NOTESEphraim
Ephrim Ephraim Dee 9Mathlas Osen Olsen died diedat diedat
at his home In Sprng Spring City Mr III Osen Osenwas Olsen Olsenwas
was one oC the oldest residents or that thatp1ace thatplace
place He le leits l S a widow and seer1 seer1grow several severalgrown
grow grown chidren children Th The funerl funeral Is arranged arrangedforthis
tor forthis this aferoon afternoon at 2 oclock and w1 will be
held at the meetng meeting house houseMany
Many relatves relatives and frlen friends s were pros prosent
ent at the funeral services or Mrs Wi1 Wi111am
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lam 11am F Th Thomas mas which wa was held at Wales Walesyesterday
yesterday afernoon afternoon A husbad husband and two twosons twoSons
sons David and Joseph Thomas survive
her The remains were burled in the theales theWales
Wales ales cemetery cemeteryMiss
1lss Miss Teqnle Olser Olsen oC Spring City and
Jaes James Christensen or Eureka were mar marrieti
rled at the 1anU temple The young
couple wH will make ther their home In Eureka
Mr and Irs Hyrum Anderson or Fort
Green arc rejoicng rejoicing over the arv arrival l of a
bab baby boy boyWllam boyWilhiam
Wllam Wilhiam Crowther of Fountain Green is
lying at the point ot deth death suterlng suffering from fromtyphoid
typhoid pneumonia pneumoniaNleLo pneumoniaNieLc
NleLo 1Iekelsen Mickelsen or ofFountain Founti Gree Green re returned
turned to his home 1ednesdaJ Wednesday afer aferspending after aftersendtng
spending the pat past two years In the south souther southera
er era states a as a mlslonar mlslonarWarren missionary missionaryS
S Warren Iolemen O1emen oC Fountain Green Greenwho
who ho Is Isat t Sal Salt Lake takIng taklngtreatment treatent for fora
a broken kn knee Is r recovering
Bert the 12ear1d son of Mr r and Mrs rs
Jim Baxter of Gunnison Is In a serioug seriougcondition
pneumonia condition being aftcted afflicted with typhoid tJpholdpneumonia typhoidpneumonia
PAYSON NEWS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSPason HAPPENINGSPayson
Pason Payson Dec 9Seth Lngabaugh Longabaugh Ed Edward Edward
ward E 13 Stephens and Charles Cloward
jr left Monday for Los Ageles Angeles to spend spendthe spendthe
the Wnter WnterHarey winter winterHarvey
Harey Harvey Amos hM sold to t th the San Fe
dro Los Angele Angeles Salt Lke Lake Rairoad Rairoadcompany Railroad Railroadcompany
company a trac tract of land adpolnlg adpoining their
devt dopotfor or the purpose of constcting constructing a
Y and side track tracks tracksFuneral
Funeral services were held Sunda Sunday over
the remains or Mr Mrs Henry Fairbanks
The speakers were President T S Page
jr or Nebo take and Hyrum yrum LemmoD Lemmop
Rumor has I It that 0 a sugar refining
p1it plazit w1 will be located In southern refning Utah Utahcounty
county In the near fture future futureTwenty Uth Uthcounty
TentJ Twenty pair pairs ot shoes which were sto
len about a month a ago o from the Rio
Grande Western depot were round by two
boys whie while out hunting last Saturday near
the steel bridge southwest ot tow towit The
th theft ft had been een kept quiet In the hope
or fatening fastening the job upon sOme lol local tal talent
tl tlent
ent but crcumstance circumstances point to some
Weary eary Wiie Wililes WililesThursday
Thurday Thursday 15 Parept Parents Viitng V1sitin day at i ithe
the publc public schoQls schoQlsThere SChQOlsS
S There wil wiU be bea b baskeJball ll Fame Friday
night between between th Pa5o Paysonaid kp al Spring Fridy prlng
S SThere
rule high schools schoolsThere
There ae are a geat great many men employed
In te the mines and prospects or this local
ths
Iy fly are goo good Before man many m mOnths nths have
plsed passed we expect to be recrdng recording sortie
big ore shipments sone
MEANNESS OF NATURE NATUREChicao NATURES NATUREChicago
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Chicao Chicago News Newsh NewsiachrlVhy
iachrlVhy h rWhY dO do tefroe tefrozea rlyers ax
laes lakes thaw thaw out In spring rerand
Smal Small Boyo a as to keep us kds kids from
tom
sktn katin a all summer
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